What is peacock?

  • (noun): Male peafowl; having a crested head and very large fanlike tail marked with iridescent eyes or spots.
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List Of Coronation Street Characters (2002) - Joshua Peacock
... Joshua Peacock Coronation Street character Portrayed by Brandon Jackson Stephen Collins Benjamin Beresford Introduced by Kieran Roberts Duration 2002–11 First appearance 8 April 2002 Last appearance 14 January 2011 ... He is the result of a one-night-stand between Maxine Peacock and Matt Ramsden, though is being raised by Maxine's former husband Ashley Peacock, and new wife Claire, after ... On 23 April 2010 it was announced that the Peacock family had been axed from the ITV soap by new producer Phil Collinson, and would leave in the coming months ...
List Of Coronation Street Characters (1999) - Kathleen Gutteridge
3 October 1999 Profile Residence Oldham Family Sons Ashley Peacock Grandsons Freddie Peacock Kathleen Gutteridge is the biological mother of Ashley Peacock ... her as it would hurt Ashley's adoptive mother (in reality his aunt), Beryl Peacock ...
List Of Coronation Street Characters (1999) - Doreen Heavey
8 November 2004 Family Husband Derek Heavey (?–2002) Daughters Maxine Peacock Grandsons Joshua Peacock Doreen Heavey (née Outhwaite) is the mother of Maxine Peacock, played by ...
LSWR 330 Class
... Twenty were constructed by Beyer, Peacock and Company between 1876 and 1882 ... Beattie ordered the Beyer, Peacock-designed 330 class for shunting work ...
List Of Past Coronation Street Characters - P
... Rick Peach Nick Caldecott 2009, 2010 Ashley Peacock Steven Arnold 1995, 1996–2010 Beryl Peacock Anny Tobin 1999, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006 Claire Peacock Julia Haworth 2003–2008, 2009–2011 Freddie Peacock ...

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    The waste of plenty is the resource of scarcity.
    —Thomas Love Peacock (1785–1866)

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